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ICE Detention Of Well-Known Figure Stuns Boston’s Illegal Irish Community

21st June 2017

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Federal agents arrested a prominent member of Boston’s illegal Irish community at his home Tuesday, touching off fears that thousands of Irish nationals living and working in the area are now targets for deportation.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detained John Cunningham, an electrical contractor and former chairman of the Gaelic Athletic Association in Boston, for overstaying a 90-day visa after entering the United States in 2003. The arrest of such a well-known figure has sparked fresh concern among the estimated 12,000 illegal Irish in Massachusetts about their prospects under the Trump administration’s strict immigration enforcement policies, reports the Boston Herald.

If they can’t obey the law, ship ’em back.

3 Responses to “ICE Detention Of Well-Known Figure Stuns Boston’s Illegal Irish Community”

  1. Elganned Says:

    But, but…who would build the railroads? Oh, wait–we don’t need railroads anymore. Go ahead; ship ’em out.

  2. RealRick Says:

    The obvious answer would be, “The Chinese”. Less drunks, more opium, and they do a pretty good job on laundry.

  3. Tim of Angle Says:

    John Derbyshire is fond of saying that there isn’t anything wrong with any major metropolitan area that a million ethnic Chinese couldn’t fix.